That's too bad. For those of us who hate Twitter, and it is a large number of people, will us anti-Twits still be able to get the same info in the newsletter?
I was told I had to go on to MySpace, and I didn't, and I'm still OK.
I was told I had to get a Facebook account, and I did, I relented, now I hate it. You're a pirate! You're a ninja! Woo! I went to high school with you, hated you, and now you want to be my 35 year old internet buddy?
Twitter is going to be a big flash in a small pan, as whatever is coming next will be better, then your going to be stuck with Twits telling you that you need to maintain this (already) outdated service. It was set up by silicon valley types to bridge a gap in communication, and 140 character limit is a lame ceiling put in by tech people so they could tell you what they are doing from their 5 year old Nokia.
I really hate griping on a site which is by far my favorite, and is a nice little escape form the rest of the world of the internet.
What will I miss by continuing my boycott?
Before I do anything I ask myself “Would an idiot do that?” And if the answer is yes, I do not do that thing. - Dwight Schrute